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in houses much more like these shacks. and i think that beverly has called attention to what's really one of the edominant housing varieties in the sth. she is honoring where a whole bunch of us came from. woman: as a child, beverly would accompany her father, walter buchanan, on his rounds, his visits to sharecroppers' homes and to tenant farmers' homes in his capacity as a state representative for agriculture, as well as for his position as the dean of the school of agriculture at the south carolina state college. woman: and although beverly never lived in a shack, they would get rained in, and beverly would get an opportunity to stay overnight in the shack communities. buchanan: so i was exposed to a lot of practical things. so i saw, you know, calves being born, and horses and pigs and little baby chickens. westmacott: and it may not have meant much to her when she was doing it as a young child, but it certainly has permeated her memory and her work today. and it can be seen in a lot of the photographs that her father actually took while they were on these trips when he was documentin
as it is. cbs5. >>> big designer stores in beverly hills could soon see new competition. it's a store that takes pride in its not-so-hefty price tags. joy benedict on the change that could change the value of popular rodeo drive. >> reporter: it's an iconic street with a fancy name. but what if they had a new neighbor, one with a cheaper price tag? 99 cents. >> it's good competition for beverly hills. >> reporter: they drive from beverly hills to go to this 99 cent only store on wilshire. >> they want to add their thrifty price tags to rodeo drive. >> our money is as good as anyone else's. >> they are actively looking for real estate on rodeo, that their closest store on the beverly hills line does $12 million in business every year, the highest in the chain. >> if you go to that store, you'll see fancy cars in the parking lot, even a rolls royce. we need a store in beverly hills. >> it's one thing and something else. >> i think that it might deval rodeo a little bit. -- devalue rodeo a little bit. >> people are just window shopping now. >> i take pictures outside of it because i cann
pronounce that woman's name? famke? i'm mike hydeck. good morning. we're glad you're with us. beverly farmer is in for monika with traffic. howard bernstein is here. >>> grab a little rain gear this morning. you won't need it this afternoon but we have showers generally west of washington right now. they'll be coming across the metro over the next few hours so by mid-morning they'll be east of us. the rest of the day and tomorrow will be far better. here's a look at your day planner. expect the showers early. temperatures will be climbing slowly here, mid-70s by noon. we'll top out, though, around 81. skies become partly sunny and driving home, 5:00 temperature very comfortable, 77 degrees. moisture still coming up from florida but it's going to start to shed off. you can see out west into west virginia and southwestern virginia, this is starting to wind down. but the showers are coming in toward frederick now. almost getting toward poolesville. a heavier shower near purcelville and western loudoun county. scattered showers back toward front royal and fauier county as well. moving toward pri
:00 a.m. 71 degrees. here comes beverly farmer in for monika with timesaver traffic. >>> what folks need to know as they get up this morning with that weather, the traffic conditions impaired by the slick pavement and poor visibility. outer loop of the beltway good news for you as you head in on 66 as you head in in eastbound. the volume building as you head east from manassas. lanes open as you make your way to the beltway. the ride north on 95 and 395 only volume to report from fredricksburg and the 14th street bridge. outer loop of the beltway between silver spring, the work zone between new hampshire avenue, university boulevard out of your way with a new traffic pattern where the lanes no longer divide. they're all four together and shift over toward the right. your next timesaver traffic at 5:10. mike and andrea, back to you. >>> we were afraid to go to the mall, pump gas or leave our homes. today marks the ten-year anniversary of the shooting spree that led to we now call the d.c. sniper case. >> after scattered shootings here and elsewhere, four people were shot in just for hours
or so above average with 81 for andrews and 83 here in the district. let's go over to beverly farmer now with a look at timesaver traffic. >>> just getting word of a crash howard, they're checking, fire department and police southbound 270 in the area of montgomery village avenue for the crash. checking that out too and we'll give you details in the next report. the beltway is running smoothly right now as you make your way through montgomery county getting past the american legion bridge. all the overnight roadwork down in tysons and annandale should be out of there now. eastbound 66 a good ride too. manassas light volume coming in past manassas to get to fair oaks and vienna and northbound fall church. northbound 95 and 95 lanes open -- 395 lanes open. there's a strep of south glebe road closed though in south arlington west of route 1 and east of arlington ridge with the utility pole down. that will be ongoing throughout the morning. the next timesaver traffic coming up at 5:09. back to you mike and jessica. >>> thanks bev. some students at maryland are having some sleepless nights no
in with beverly farmer in for monika. good morning, bev. >>> good morning. northbound 95 out of fred rigsburg, early slowdowns are -- fredricksburg early slowdowns are easing. the overnight road work had you down to single file. that's why we still see heavy traffic on northbound 95 passing route 3. the closer you get to 17 falmouth, the better the pace. after that clear sailing. quantico, dumfries, up toward springfield on to 395. east on 66 overnight road work cleared on the ramp that would take you to 495. getting insides the beltway through falls church on into rosslyn, nice light volume. no issues there. incident free on the maryland beltway, i-270 corridor, building volume out of frederick. outer loop into silver spring, no surprises passing new hampshire avenue. volume still light. your next check of traffic at a:09. -- 5:09. >>> the occupy movement in d.c. kicked off a year ago today. >> the anniversary has occupy organizers ready to remind people about their objectives. 9news now reporter kristin fisher is live at farragut square where protesters' plans may cause problems for commute
to beverly hills. it is true. from the land of lost jobs, now rodeo drive is going discount. will this ever be the same? who should know better than someone else who is from there. from beverly hills. our very own liz claman. her blood is so blue, have to wonder whether lives is seeing red. >> i am with wearing red. >> no, no, that would be it. they were the down and out folks in beverly hills. >> all i can tell you is if i hear one person, i've heard of thousands they that is redline. everyone loves a 99-cent store, but they have to, can you imagine, who knows where it's going to be. listen, i wouldn't think this would be good. [talking over each other] >> what happens to the full image of rodeo drive in beverly hills? not that there's anything wrong with it. >> what could be worse? what could be worse. that is every -- it is everywhere. there are a lot of storefronts that are empty right now. neil: no way that your old family neighbors are welcoming and 99 cents store. >> you are so wrong. i called. [talking over each other] neil: the average -- >> here is why, the average is told of her
. this in the 60s. beverly farmer, good tuesday morning. >>> so far it is a good tuesday morning despite the forecast, howard. checking out the ride for folks that come north out of fredricksburg if through stafford county, early on we see volume delays heading toward quantico but the pace north of joplin road triangle northbound 95 not too bad. heading on up into woodbridge, all lanes are open. 66 travelers good start heading toward manassas, centreville and the beltway. washout for most of the overnight work way. beltway through falls church, lanes are open as you wake your way into balances -- make your way into balancesston. so far so good the trip along the maryland beltway. incident free. getting to the work zone on the outer loop past new hampshire avenue, all lanes should be reopened from the overnight crew. they were working there. beltway north of the american legion bridge in good shape and good visibility. that's a good start for you. next check of timesaver traffic is at 5:10. back to you. >> thank you, beverly. >>> it's been more than 30 years since the national franchise c
with the full week forecast in about five. right now here's beverly farmer in for monika with timesaver traffic. >>> northbound 95 traveling out of fredricksburg, you still got a work zone in place. just a warning that only one lane is able to get by to the left getting past 17 falmouth and the ramp to 17 to go north toward warrenton is still blocked in that construction. they should be pulling out of there in the next 20 minutes. here north of the rest area, dumfries, dale city into woodbridge, the pace is good. >> thank you, beverly. >>> it is 4:40. time for the first your money segment of the morning. >> hi, jessica doyle. >> good morning, everybody. wall street is kicking off a new month, new quarter. a lot of economic news out there. expect reports this week on construction spending, manufacturing, and auto sales. main event of course is friday when the government releases the unemployment report for september. the previous reports shows the economy added just 96,000 jobs in august while the unemployment rate fell slightly to 8.1% because more people stopped looking for work. as for stocks
sleeve shirt to the bus stop. a beautiful 78 still at 6:00 p.m. right now here's beverly farmer with timesaver traffic. >>> good morning howard, a pretty decent start. northbound i-95. they didn't do any overnight road work and you don't have that problem as you go up to stafford into quantico and triangle and dumfries and the beltway. overnight roadwork southbound 95 in thornburg still in place but not causing a delay here. mike back to you. >>> thank you beverly. we're following breaking news now at 4:41. this is coming from the associated press. israeli police are saying an american tourist has opened fire at a resort. it's called the red sea resort hotel. we don't have very much apparently an american tourist opening fire in israel at a resort. the red sea resort hotel. one person is reportedly dead. we're still getting information, this is coming in again from the associated press. we'll bring you more as soon as we get it. jess? >>> thank you mike. we are watching your money. all eyes are on the monthly jobs report that's out this morning. economists predict the unemployme
at 6:12. back to you. >> thank you, beverly. >>> the first of three presidential debates is done. one of the hot topics between president obama and governor mitt romney health care and medicare. >> indeed. kristin fisher tracking the debate for us this morning. she's live in the satellite center trying to break it all down. these are complex issues. >> reporter: good morning. this debate was so focused on the economy that it took the candidates 45 minutes before they ever mentioned the words health care. but when they did, it was certainly one ever the more memorable exchanges of the night. lively exchanges of the night. at one point mitt romney told the president point blank that if elected, he would repeal his health care law to which the president responded by saying, but we've seen this model work really well in massachusetts. here's part of that exchange. >> i want to take the $716 billion you've cut it and put it back into medicare. by the way, we can include a prescription program. but the idea of cutting $716 billion from medicare to be able to balance the additional cost of o
north and west till 10:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m. monika is off. beverly farmer, happy monday to you. >>> happy monday but not if you're traveling out of frederick county. southbound lanes of 270 impacted by the crash that actually happened northbound in high yachts sewn. northbound is on the far -- hyattstown. northbound is on the far left of your screen. the volume is southbound. delays leaving 85 through urbana carry you pass the crash looking at what's going on. you can see the flashing lights make it even harder for the 270 travelers. traveling in 066 eastbound delays getting in toward manassas, centreville with separate slowdowns. as you head in toward falls church, more volume there but all lanes are open 066 into the beltway -- open on 66 into the beltway. if you travel northbound on 95, the slowest ride has still been getting up to quantico through woodbridge and northbound 95 on to 395 lieu landmark seeing -- through landmark seeingmore volume. finally branch road in northwest near blair road, westbound or inbound lanes shut down with tree and wires across the roadway. next timesaver
lifted into pennsylvania and delaware. high later about 85. it will be nice then. let's go to beverly farmer, 6:00 a.m., timesaver traffic. >>> if you're headed north i-95 you have the wet pavement, the fog factor and the volume that's building northbound 95 first to get into quantico from aquia getting up past the prince william parkway. the volume takes you most of the way into woodbridge, across the occoquan and heavy into newingson. 395 not too bad past landmark. there's a crash to go 395 on the ramp the left side is tied up. traveling in on 66 we see delays in manassas and centreville through fair oaks and more volume building. the hov restrictions load up inside or kick in inside falls church in half an hour. so the pace is heavier on the right side of the screen past sycamore street into boston. as you head out of college park to silver spring, maybe a pleasant surprise. the work dozen changing the traffic patterns shifts the lanes to the right but they're all together, no longer dividing around the jersey wall. metrorail has a problem with escalators out of service on the red
in arlington. and beverly hills. no, not that beverly hills. this beverly hills. beverly hills, 22305 in alexandria. it seal like every time there is a storm, trees in beverly hills fall like pick-up sticks. >> you've lived here on old dominion boulevard. how long? >> five years. >> reporter: and how many time have you lost power? >> about seven. >> reporter: there's a tree down in front of 5500. it didn't cause the outage. it is just symbolic. you can imagine what life is like in the dark, in a high rise. >> i feel like amish. pretty much. it's like back in the woods camping. >> it's very hard to find things in the dark. >> reporter: what floor are you on in. >> the sixth. >> reporter: so you have to walk up? >> yeah. >> reporter: and then walk down. >> yes. >> reporter: it is doubling frustrating in a high rise because everything is underground. you cannot see the power problem. they say it's a grid thing. not so in beverly hills 22305. that problem is right out there in your front yard. let me give you a hug. last year, holly's house was hit by a tree. this year her luck is improvi
's high only 61. it is 4:48. fog, wet streets. here's beverly farmer to tell what you that means for traffic. >>> it means you need some extra time and caution, especially coming out of the neighborhoods on sometimes some wet leaves on that wet pavement. the fog factor an issue for so many areas. right now the beltway to the american legion bridge, fog is tree top or above. not a big deal for you between tysons and 270. starting to pick up all the work zones in tysons and annandale and eastbound 66 in vienna the road work is gone. if you're traveling on northbound 95, 395, volume building out of fredricksburg with lanes open into springfield and on to 395 to head up toward landmark. lanes open into shirlington and approaching the 14th street bridge. if you're traveling on 66 again no issues to report as you head in from front royal coming in toward manassas and into the beltway with that road work cleared. just the fog factor that we'll warn everybody about this morning. your next check of timesaver traffic at 4:55. back to you. >> thank you, beverly. >>> a new study is raising q
in about five minutes. right now over to beverly farmer to find out if any of the showers are affecting the commute just yet. >>> virginia wise no complaints really. virginia beltway road work got washed out but a couple of places they were still in place. 395 northbound moving smoothly as you making your way up toward the 14th street bridge. maryland accidents northbound 10 at furnace branch and westbound on route 100 right near the bw parkway. police with an overturned vehicle. give yourself the extra time this morning. your next timesaver traffic is at 4:47. mike, andrea, jessica, back to you. >> thank you, beverly. >>> it's 4:416789 time for the first your money segment of the morning. >> jessica is here checking the numbers. >> good morning. wall street starts date after a nice strong gain for the blue chips. the market got a boost after positive news on manufacturing coming after several months of decline. the dow stands at 13,515. rose about 78 points in trading yesterday. down day for the nasdaq. off about three points. the s&p 500 was up by almost four. >>> the new york attorne
chair. i'm andrea roane. >>> good morning. i'm mike hydeck. the big guy won yesterday, so cool. beverly farmer is in for monika samtani. she'll have timesaver traffic. howard has the start on the forecast. good morning, my friend. >>> today will finish much better than it's starting. we have a few clouds, showers out early but it's going to be a much better afternoon and evening and a beautiful friday. of course some changes over the weekend. here's a look at your day planner on this thursday morning friday eve if you like. for some it's the last day of the week. nice long columbus day holiday weekend. 76 by noon with mostly cloudy skies. partly sunny for the afternoon. high 81 with a drive home temp of 77. we're already 71 degrees. won't take that much to get 10 degrees out of the daytime heating. this morning you'll notice the light to moderate rain showers from new york state all the way back into the western areas of north and south carolina and closer to home, this is all still west of the immediate metro. just about to frederick right now, hagerstown, down i-81 we have the scatter
hydeck. beverly farmer will have traffic, in for monika this week. howard bernstein? >> there are fog advisories. >> river road was bad on my way in. >> let's get you started with a look outside. this is wisconsin avenue. best camera shot i can show you this morning because the other ones you can't see much. keep the high beams off. low beams. the fog scatters right back in your face. we'll turn partly sunny. 80 by noon. mid-80s for highs with 83 at 5:00. isolated shower possible popping this afternoon. there are the dense fog advisories in the northern shenandoah valley andle to our east. when i show you the visibilities, you see areas like dulles. a quarter mile visibility. warren and orange, half-mile visibility. in the advisory baltimore to annapolis, that's a slow ride on 97. i'm hearing from -- all the way up to pennsylvania. check this out. we had just a lone shower or two overnight. that's pulling into northeastern maryland. not much on the radar. just the fog being the bigger concern. temperatures low to mid-60s north and west of town. we're sitting at 70. 74 in prince freder
averages in the low 80s. now with beverly farmer with the latest timesaver traffic. >>> howard, building volume on the interstates now big deals. it's the secondary roadways with issues. eastbound 66 any volume into vent civil is just that. but there's the stretch of bristow road closed in prince william countyjust north of 234 with an overturned vehicle. also fairfax county on rolling road closed that's an accident with the a ewe pill pole struck. northbound 395 your lanes are open to the 14th street bridge. a stretch of south glebe road in arlington east of 395 between arlington ridge and route 1 still going to be tied up. police are directing you around the crash there. travel on 270 southbound out of frederick the volume stretches urbanna to get past 109 and all lanes are open on the stretch down to the beltway. incident-free maryland beltway. next timesaver traffic is at 6:11. mike back to you. >>> all right, thanks bev. we're following breaking news this morning out of israel. police say an american tourist opened fire at a resort on the red sea. they say he killed at least one per
was asleep in bed. no, not that beverly hills. this beverly hills. beverly hills 22305 in alexander re. a it seems like every time there is a storm, trees in beverly hills fall like pick-up sticks. >> you've lived here on old xhin boulevard how long? >> five years. >> reporter: and howl times have you lost power? >> about seven.pz4hporter:$oryué l[th so they hook up to the spencer electric company. he even has a power strip on his front porch. >> did they bring their own extension cords? >> they have their own extension cords. >> and just connect. >> they know the drill. >> give me a hug. >> i need a tree person, actually. >> reporter: last year, holly's house was hit by a tree. this year her luck is improving. just a near miss here. and another near miss in the front. but then there is this one of this one is going to go. do you have power? >> no. >> reporter: do you ever lose power here? >> all the time. every day. a lot. but it's part of living in beverly hills. we love it here. >> reporter: beverly hills 22305. home of the spencer power company. live in northern virginia. pat coll
days. right now here's beverly farmer with timesaver traffic. >>> howard, good morning. good news for 270 travelers. early morning overnight crash if you will northbound 270 north of urbana but before buckies town pike. it was northbound and again now you're going to find that traffic is able to get by completely without the distraction. it's clear southbound. better news out of frederick where lanes should be open. overnight work crew heading south toward route 80 should also be out of your way. your next timesaver traffic at 4:48. back to you. >> thank you, beverly. >>> 4:41. time for your first money segment of the morning. good morning, jess. >> good morning to both of you. we put gasoline in our car so we think about our dollars and sense. crude oil fell to a two-month low on fresh evidence after slowdown in china. that's good for us. the drivers, but energy investors have concerns that the demand for oil is going to decrease as economic growth slows around the world. the job market another major factor today with the government's weekly report on unemployment benefits. inves
. monika samtani is off. beverly farmer will have traffic momentarily. >> right now henry winkler's costar in the weather office howard bernstein. >> i'll take that we have showers especially west of town. cloudy skies in many areas. it's muggy. 67. it's a lot warmer than it has been. 71 by noon. i think the bulk of the showers will be this morning. by the middle of the day a few showers here and there, 71. we finish 75 to 80. might get a couple peaks of sunshine -- peeks of sunshine before the day is over. here's the rain just north and west of d.c. moving from loudoun county into frederick and montgomery county. you see it from silver spring up 270. really coming down in southern and eastern loudoun county and a wet start in frederick and mounairy back to manassas. but south of manassas you'll notice the showers really start to break up and east of 95 not too much to talk about. upper 50s to upper 60s now. just some rain gear. beverly farmer, how is the rain affecting the morning commute? >>> some folks have had some spinout, slide qowt kind of accidents police are -- slideouts kind of a
get an input for how it is going and the input that we get is invaluable. miss beverly up ton is very much a part of those meetings and really we... her input is crucial to how we form our policies and so i want to thank them for being here. >> some of the things that we are working on based on those meetings is that we are working on a roll call training video for our officers and we are hoping to put together some scenarios for our officers to see that include how to deal with limited english proficient persons and specifically in domestic violence situations and they have identified situations where that has been problematic in the task. >> another issue that was brought up in those type of meetings was or in those meetings was that our police service aids at stations made additional training on limited english professioncy. so we have been in contact with the police academy to look over their training regimne and include diversity into the training slated for the future. >> another item that i wanted to touch on was that we did an audit of the ten district stations and we looked t
'm mike hydeck. beverly farmer is in for monika samtani who will have traffic momentarily. >> a wet night. what about the day? >> probably going to be a wetter period tan the afternoon. the -- than the afternoon. the showers will be from the shenandoah valley to the metro for the next six hours and east of 95 maybe more in favor of the showers than d.c. and northwest. you see the heavier showers through midday but this afternoon just a drop left over or two. still scattered showers, might get a rumble or two of thunder. will be on the warm side, 75 to 80 and even warmer tomorrow. right now we're a muggy 65 degrees. we've been watching some light showers over us this morning here in washington, but west of town, notice the yellows, oranges and reds. there's heavier rain. want to show you this. upper montgomery county, howard and northeast, light showers there but as we go west, as we get west of here, western loudoun county, upperville south of berryville and 340 over to winchester, approaching cross junction, moderate to rain showers. as you head south into sperryville, madison, culpeper
: the $0.99 only stores trying to get on rodeo drive in beverly hills? we will weigh in on that on neil cavuto being a former beverly hills -- >> the we have to wait until later? >> people in beverly hills law that the two year what neil cavuto says at 6:00 eastern. thanks. let's check--who doesn't like to deal? $0.99 only. let's take up with the team. find out what everybody is watching. robert gray, dennis kneale, jeff flock in the pits of the cme. cocoa looking pretty decent today. jeff: that was one of the only things that looked decent. everything from gasoline which is good but ours was down 2%. oil off today but closed the week wind and better than we thought. corn was off after profittaking yesterday on news that was worse than we thought and gold pretty flat today. you can't talk about this without the presidential election and the debate in all that. you may agree point. >> the outcome of the election on the presidential side on its own probably less significant than the entire route, taking into account the house and the senate. whether you have a lame-duck president or lame-
. liz: i know fox news has been there. that one in beverly hills, forget about it did it is probably six dollars for full service. we have reactions from motorists at the pump. >> we are not that far from beverly hills did we did not go to beverly hills because that is the obvious choice. maybe get away to a little more blue-collar area. not far from your hometown. we are talking about gas prices $4.99 for regular unleaded. if you go down the road a couple of blocks .the prices there are $5.29. the second problem is you have california stricter standards of gas. the governor has just signed on to change to the winter standard. this third reason is a number of refineries that are down. that has caused the problem with supply which is caused prices to go up which is bad people who drive cars here in california which is just about everybody not to happy. >> it takes forever to get the prices back down again. it is pretty ridiculous. select $10 gas won't even get me a quarter of a tank. it is really out of control. >> i ride my bicycle everywhere due to the increase in gas prices. i just can
of the tree falls in beverly hills and the lawyers hear it fall? >> it's not so much a function of lawyers. i think it's more of a function of insurance companies or insurance adjusters getting a little stingy. >> reporter: home alone, eric's pregnant wife rebecca, says she and her 20-month-old daughter were forced to flee, quote, a quickly flooding home, surrounded by live high-voltage wires and without any light. they survived such drama unharmed. >> they've been dispossessed from their home. and they feel that house is not safe until something is done with the trees. >> reporter: in court, corgan had been warned. untrue, replied corgan in a statement. i was horrified when i learned about the tree falling. eric dane did not respond to our calls or e-mails and he wasn't home when we called. corgan called the legal battle a shame because they're nice people. ♪ today is the greatest day i've ever known ♪ >> reporter: corgan has definitely known greater days than this. for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, beverly hills. >> nick watt puts it all in perspective. >> i was going to
on beverly close by a couple blocks up. those are all good places to do outreach. there is a korean group on broad street or sagamore that is worth outreach as well. >> thank you, i would be happy by to work with your office on a meeting. >> thank you, ms. prozen. >> thank you. >> the last speaker is david chen the out reach coordinator. thank you for the work over the years. >> thank you for having me here today, supervisors. they all said what i wanted to say, but i want to point out one thing. s.a.f.e. plays a major role in the office and educational forum, programs in this scam series. however, s.a.f.e. also do another one, is educating the younger generation. that means middle-aged parents. there are still a lot of centers who don't go to community centers. they may be illiterate, may not have access to televisions because the -- grandchildren actually use the television, so they are out of touch with the world. these are very vulnerable targets. ones that step out on the street alone. so we want people to go back and tell the elderly parents, particularly the elderly asian woman par
of his apartment building. it happened at the alleg grow student apartments in beverly park. here's the details. reporter: this white fence was broken when 19-year-old tyler glen fell three stories. his fall was captured on surveillance video we were able to watch. apartment managers did not let us use the video on air but helped the police determine what happened. >> at one point in the video, a dark subject that evidently fell, broke the railing here, and landed basically where we're standing right now. >> police believe the sonoma state college student was hanging from who pieces of wooden rail that came loose from the third floor. police say alcohol was involved. >> the subject indicated he had been drinking, but i can't indicate how much he had been drinking. we are not going to do a toxicology report. >> residents we talked to said glen's fall caused a commotion. >> i was laying in bed and i heard like, till, tyler, plies don't go out. >> they say there are often loud alcohol-fueled partiness the complex, something they're used to because it's a student residence. >> a lot o
's for sure. >> reporter: i'm juju chang for "nightline" in beverly hills. >> you can see rod perform live tomorrow on "good morning america." thanks to juju and thank you for watching.
that shook me to the core happened on a sunny beverly hills morning in january. >> the unfortunate truth is you do have some heart disease now. >> first thought, i actually flashed to an image of my kid spreading ashes on the same mountain where i buried my dad. second thought, i deserved this. >> whoo-hoo! >> for my first four decades i carried a secret arrogant hunch that i was bulletproof. sure, i exercise but i can't remember my last checkup. i don't even have a doctor and, yeah, i like salad but my food pyramid is built mostly with racks of ribs and a six-track and now after a ride in a full body ct scanner i had dr. david agus circling spots on a screen and describing the price of all that willful ignorance. >> these lesions and significant arteries in the heart can cause heart attacks in the near term so we all hear -- read in the paper about the 45-year-old who went jogging and died of a heart attack. these are the things we worry about. >> reporter: since he was described as a rock star of medicine and doctor to lance armstrong, ted kennedy and steve jobs i took his words to hea
to feel it when you head out the door. good morning. i'm mike hydeck. beverly farmer is in for monika samtani today with time timesaver traffic. howard bernstein is here with the weather. >>> nice comeback with the patriots. we'll get to weather. they made a good run. oh, my goodness. weather wise, let's get going with the forecast because we've got a chilly start out there. we're down in the mid-50s in town but we have 40s north and west of us. by noon mostly cloudy, upper 60s. we may stay in the 60s for a few spots. a chance of showers especially west and southwest of d.c. showers yesterday evening. they're gone but look at rain in southern virginia lifting slowly north. that's what we'll have to watch for the afternoon hours. this morning we're down to 44 in martinsburg. cumberland 45. 55 annapolis. i've heard from bill in newland. he's at 50 in the northern neck. visibilities are an issue out to the west in the northern shenandoah valley. quarter mile from martinsburg and hagerstown. had allege fog around warrenton and culpeper but those visibilities have come up to five miles. a
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relationship she had. the source says that judge beverly woodard told of the attorneys involved behind closed doors that not only was she previously married to prince george's county police officer, but that that officer had been convicted of using excessive force. it prompted a three-hour delay in the case and ultimately ended with the jury being sent home early. reginald baker and james harrison are accused of beating university of maryland student john mckenna during a riot situation after maryland beat duquesne basketball back on march 3, 2010. -- after maryland beat duke in basketball. both men claim that mckenna had startled amounted officers course and was the aggressor. harrison said he swung at mckenna 7-8 times and struck the pavement twice while doing so. he said he's won so many times because mckenna refused to drop his cellphone and not show his hands. when the police department lost an internal investigation, he initially lied to investigators, telling them he had nothing to do with it, but then recanted his story a few days later. sources tell me the issue should be resolved by
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the economy, the millionaire starting on market potential. >> a couple blocks from beverly hills for 20 years and every year it gets busy year-end busier and the fact is it is the highest sales volume store of 300 stores and we have a lot of customers from beverly hills clamoring -- who loves a great deal better than a rich person. and they still a rich and since the recession hit we have more demand in beverly hills so we were thinking where would be a perfect location where we could get locals and tourists so we thought rodeo drive and great marketing for the company would be our flagship location. lori: does it send a message you are after by virtue of being on rodeo drive, 37 to $42 a square foot. $3 a square foot. it will cost so much to be there, do you have to change what you charged when you are the $0.99 store. does it send the right message about your store? >> we hope we don't have a special $99 session. we want to keep our pricing but we believe it will be our best volume store and part of the investment in rents you look at his investment in marketing or advertising to get the wo
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